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Open one of your Solidworks export DXF's in DWGEditor and type in this command
If the value reported is anything other than 0,0,0, try changing it. When Solidworks exports to AutoCAD, it apparently writes to the display list to preserve visual fidelity. It also writes to the drawing database the interpreted values. When the drawing is regenerated the display list updates from the database. i'm not sure what's written differently between the two, but I have seen cases of Solidworks exported DWG's that open with the dimensions apparently out of position until they're picked, at which point, they snap back into place.
If that doesn't work, you might have to relocate the exported geometry back to the origin in DWGEditor.
Thanks John for the tip, but unfortunately it did not help. When typing base the values are <0.0,0.0,0.0>
I have had some progress though. When drawing a sketch in the drawing mode I have succeded with two dxf's but the third one behaves the same. I'll try some more combinations.